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Tierney To Return To Inquirer As AdvisorThe appointment -- among a few others -- is an indication that they're trying to 'carry on,' despite the sudden loss of co-owner Lewis Katz in that weekend private jet crash.
Judge To Decide Whether Newspaper Court Battle Belongs In Philadelphia Or DelawareHigh-powered lawyers made their pitches on venue: Philadelphia, where the papers are based; or Delaware, where the company is incorporated.
Legal Battle Between Newspaper Owners Begins In Court TodayIn a two-week span, publisher Bob Hall fired editor Bill Marimow, two co-owners filed a lawsuit seeking to re-instate Marimow and fire Hall, and another owner filed a counter-suit.
Owners Of Philadelphia Inquirer Headed To CourtTwo of the Inquirer's owners are suing its parent company and its publisher.
Local News Organizations Launch Pay-To-Read WebsitesThe Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News have launched their own pay-to-read websites.
Delivery Drivers Approve New, Two-Year Deal at Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily NewsTeamsters leader John Laigaie says the vote was 169 to 4 because his members understand the realities of a newspaper business in decline.
Philadelphia Newspapers' Owner Threatens Shutdown If Unions Don't Give CutbacksThe owner of the Inquirer, Daily News, and says it may liquidate operations if it doesn't reach new contracts with its labor unions by next Friday. Editor Takes Job At TV Station In DCThe editor of the website for Philadelphia's two main newspapers is leaving to work at the NBC affiliate in the nation's capital.
Bleeding Red Ink, Philadelphia Newspapers See Survival In Union GivebacksOwners of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News say they expect further concessions from the unions to cut costs.
Local Investors Buy Philadelphia Newspapers For $55M A group of powerful business leaders announced Monday they have closed a deal to purchase Philadelphia’s two largest newspapers from hedge funds for approximately $55 million, a fraction of what investors paid for them in 2006.